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uk fuel crisis 

This is not affecting me as I don't drive. But I wonder what the knock-on effects will be. And the main reason being a driver shortage so it's part of an overall supply chain crisis. The stories about queues and some people's behaviour on the petrol station forecourts is all a bit foreboding towards your standard dystopian sci-fi resource crisis.

Most bemusement from the disconnect between reality (sufficient supply) and perception (herd behaviour to join a queue). Of course the scenario is favourable to anti-brexit big business that prefers perpetual growth on the basis of labour market expansion, to research, development, innovation.
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